Donna Monroe Lasser’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program helped save thousands of pets in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, as she assembled a team of 81 veterinary professionals to rescue and treat animals there. Since then, the group she founded, Canadian Animal Assistance Team, has assisted animals in 34 locations throughout the world.
In Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Mark Lombard created a way to connect the ill and immobile with great art – read more about this unique and moving project.
David Watkins went from being someone afraid to sing in public to founding Stage Door Entertainment, a rat pack themed performing group that touches the lives of the aged across Australia.
Two dedicated Landmark graduates are out to do whatever it takes to reduce maternal mortality in the developing world.
Landmark Education SELP leader Olivia Seery recently returned from a charity trek to Nepal which raised funds for Ireland’s largest children’s charity.
A woman with Lupus is creating awareness events and a line of colorful, UV-proof umbrellas for those with Lupus and other sun sensitive conditions.
One woman veteran of the Iraq war created a project in the Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to create a book sharing the diverse experiences of woman in combat.
Jnanajyothi has been making a difference in the lives of Mumbai seniors for 13 years.
DESI Magazine, a Canadian publication for teens of South African descent, recently profiled the life journey of Khush Panthaky. In it Panthaky tells of his life’s journey, which included a severe brain injury while growing up. He speaks of the […]
A Landmark Education seminar leader and doctor appeared recently on an NBC News program to discuss how laughter literally is potent medicine.
An all day tattoo marathon at 10 South African tattoo outlets is raising thousands to fight childhood cancer. The ‘Tattoo-a-thon’ is a project created by a participant in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
A Landmark graduate is producing film on the dangers of lead poisoning.
Today CNN covered the remarkable story of forgiveness that is being told in an upcomming documentary produced by two Landmark graduates. One of them a man who lost his wife and children to a drunk driver. Here is a previous […]
A man forgives the drunk driver who killed his family.
Make A Film Foundation, created by Tamika Lamison as her project in Landmark Education’s SELP, was discussed by Lamison in her recent Ted talk.
A project created in Landmark Education’s SELP is pioneering the option of organ donation on drivers’ licenses.
“Brothers and sisters: We haven’t forgotten about your suffering,” read a note attached to each pair. “Until unification, please stay alive. People around the world love you.”
The Associated Press has noted the work of the Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project, which Landmark Forum graduate Dave Benjamin is supporting with a wide variety of initiatives to reduce drownings in the Great Lakes region.
On CBS News in Los Angeles, Landmark Education spokesperson Josselyne Herman-Saccio discusses how to not just survive the holidays, but fully enjoy and embrace them.
I Love My City, a city improvement project created in Landmark Education’s SELP, recently gave a traffic safety presentation to 600 students.
One Landmark Forum graduate’s story about helping to clean up Joplin in the wake of the hurricane that devastated the city comes to us via Chicago Breeze.
Longtime Landmark Education staff member Joan McNeil died at her home on Bowen Island on September 22.
Oliva Seery, who leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Ireland, took on climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in order to raise money for Ireland’s largest children’s charity.
Sing Out Against Hunger just held its 9th Annual fundraiser to benefit Rhode Island food banks – the musical benefit event began as Jane Bitto’s project in the Landmark Education SELP course.
Thursday, September 15th is R UK DAY?, a suicide prevention/awareness day created by Landmark graduate Gavin Larkin.
Make A Film Foundation, which empowers critically ill children to create short film legacies, now makes it easier than ever for young people to make movies. Originally a project created in Landmark Education’s SELP.
Three Laws of Performance the 2 time best selling book about transformational education and its impact on businesses and individuals, written by Landmark Forum leader Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan of the Marshall School of Business has been updated […]
Walk with Sally, an organization created by Nick Arquette in 2005 when participating in a Landmark Education Program, is making an ever-expanding difference with families affected by cancer.
A show looking at women’s life journeys debuts near Chicago on July 20th. It evolved out of one woman’s project from Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Landmark Education has announced the launch of Direct Access: Creating and Living a Future You Really Want. Coming this fall, Landmark’s newest program features cutting-edge multimedia, the last innovations in neuroscience, and a brisk two-day format.